Game Prices in 1995

If you ever feel the need to complain about the possibility of next generation games costing $55-60 or more, just take a look at this. The prices are Canadian but even so it works out as $80 US for a SNES game and $420 for a Saturn, and even more if you take ten years of inflation into account. It only goes to show that my constant assertions that they’re doing their best to give a decent deal with the current generations and that we pay a lot less to play the latest games are true.

I’m going to be picking up my Xbox 360 launch games (which apparently and sadly might not include PGR3) for £50 each, safe in the knowledge that I’m not having to pay the £60-a-time that I willingly handed over for a new N64 game.

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